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Winter storm comtinues to wreak havoc from Carolina to Maine

A powerful winter storm system that has wreaked havoc through out the south and along the east coast dumped more snow and freezing rain overnight from the Carolinas to Maine.

At least 21 deaths - most of them in traffic accidents - were blamed on the storm as it made its way across the south and up the coast.
At least a half-a-million people are still without power up and down the east coast.
In the air, there are over one-thousand cancellations and over three-hundred delays.
The latest mammoth winter storm is moving on but it's leaving behind a mess. More than 100 million Americans woke up today to ice, sleet and giant heaps of snow.

Oh, now this, don't you love it so! Holy cow, what can I say!
Parts of the Pennsylvania Turnpike were shutdown this morning after a hundred car pileup involving cars, trucks and tractor-trailers had traffic backed up for miles. Several people were injured.

From Georgia to Maine highways are littered with stranded cars -- buried in snow.

Cars around me were just spinning and I was just waiting for my turn to get hit and I was like, I've got to get out of here.

Overnight, a rare weather phenomenon - thunder snow, captured in this time-lapse video.

A Spirit Airlines flight was even struck by lightning as it landed in Atlantic City.

The roofs of these buildings collapsed under the weight of snow and slush.

At the nation's airports, crews have been working around the clock to de-ice planes and clear runways after almost 7,000 flights were canceled, Thursday.

Across the South, ice is bringing down trees and powerlines. Hundreds of thousands remain in the dark. This rough winter is making history.

This winter storm has now broken a 130 year record for the most six-inch- plus storms in a season.

Mother Nature has no love for Valentine's Day. These conditions are a headache for florists on one of their busiest days of the year.

Deliveries are slower, everything's a little slower. and in one Georgia country, men are *apparently* off the hook today.  The sheriff's office posting on Facebook: "Valentines Day has been CANCELLED due to ice, snow, freezing rain."

Back to normal today for many cities here in the Northeast. After a delayed start, the federal government is open again and school children are back in class.